Method

SoupServeradd_handler

Declaration [src]

void
soup_server_add_handler (
  SoupServer* server,
  const char* path,
  SoupServerCallback callback,
  gpointer user_data,
  GDestroyNotify destroy
)

Description [src]

Adds a handler to server for requests prefixed by path.

If path is NULL or “/”, then this will be the default handler for all requests that don’t have a more specific handler. (Note though that if you want to handle requests to the special “URI, you must explicitly register a handler for ““; the default handler will not be used for that case.)

For requests under path (that have not already been assigned a status code by a SoupAuthDomain, an early server handler, or a signal handler), callback will be invoked after receiving the request body; the SoupServerMessage‘s method, request-headers, and request-body properties will be set.

After determining what to do with the request, the callback must at a minimum call soup_server_message_set_status() on the message to set the response status code. Additionally, it may set response headers and/or fill in the response body.

If the callback cannot fully fill in the response before returning (eg, if it needs to wait for information from a database, or another network server), it should call soup_server_pause_message() to tell server to not send the response right away. When the response is ready, call soup_server_unpause_message() to cause it to be sent.

To send the response body a bit at a time using “chunked” encoding, first call soup_message_headers_set_encoding() to set SOUP_ENCODING_CHUNKED on the response-headers. Then call soup_message_body_append() (or soup_message_body_append_bytes())) to append each chunk as it becomes ready, and soup_server_unpause_message() to make sure it’s running. (The server will automatically pause the message if it is using chunked encoding but no more chunks are available.) When you are done, call soup_message_body_complete() to indicate that no more chunks are coming.

Parameters

path const char*
 

The toplevel path for the handler.

 The argument can be NULL.
 The data is owned by the caller of the function.
 The string is a NUL terminated UTF-8 string.
callback SoupServerCallback
 

Callback to invoke for requests under path.

user_data gpointer
 

Data for callback.

destroy GDestroyNotify
 

Destroy notifier to free user_data.